Blood & Thunder Theatre Company

Exploring through performance the neglected drama of the Tudor & early Stuart period.

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The Whore of Babylon

Thomas Dekker's play was performed in the Queen Elizabeth Room of The Shakespeare Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon on 29 October 2005 as part of "A Little Local Treason":  Warwickshire and the Gunpowder Plot study day.

 

Cast:

Truth, Time's Daughter:  Eleanor Lowe

Time:  Martin Wiggins

Titania, the Fairy Queen:  Kelley Costigan

The Empress of Babylon:  Heloise Senechal

Como, a Cardinal:  Patrick Kincaid

The First King:  Lizz Ketterer

The Second King:  Shelly Hsieh

Satyrane, the third King:  Gregory de Polnay

Fideli, a fairy lord:  John Jowett

Lord Florimell, a fairy lord:  Kelly Steele

Elfiron, a fairy lord:  Joy Sullivan

Parthenophill, a fairy lord:  Sara Thompson

Plain-Dealing, Truth's kinsman:  Christian van Nieuwerburgh

Doctor Paridell, a civil doctor:  Conny Loder

Campeius, a scholar:  Martin Wiggins

Ropus, Titania's physician:  Jonathan Milton

Father Palmio, a Jesuit:  Joy Sullivan

Raggazoni, a nuncio:  Kelly Steele

Campeggio a nuncio:  John Jowett

The Beast:  Esmerelda

 

Director:  Kelley Costigan

Music:  Lizz Ketterer

Stage Manager:  Wendy di Traglia

Assistant:  Ruth Collier

Film Editor:  Martin Wiggins

Beast Wranglers:  Mairi MacDonald & Helen Rees

 

With thanks to Bob Bearman, Paul Cain, Cathy Milwood, and Catherine Richardson.